Our client is Britain's largest fuel management and quality provider, and leading provider of fuel services for forecourt owners, such as petrol stations, major retailers and petroleum suppliers.
With over 90 years' experience in all aspects of petroleum servicing and over 600 staff across the UK, we are often chosen as the preferred contractor to the UK's leading petroleum companies and forecourt operators.
With over 80 tankers ranging from vacuum tankers, jetting vehicles and ADR petroleum regulated tankers, we have the equipment and expertise to deliver all fuel services under one roof.
As a Forecourt Services Technician - Fuels you will be based on the Oxfordshire area but Operate anywhere in the UK & Ireland, the post holder will be required to operate as part of a team, working alongside other Technicians, fulfilling works for major oil companies & independent customers.
The post holder will be required to contribute to the operation of numerous departments within the division, including jetting and drainage operations, tank testing, specialist tank maintenance, forecourt maintenance and compliance auditing and any other department as requested.
The post holder will be required to identify root causes of problems and provide customers with long term solutions. The duties of this post include a high degree of manual work.
The post holder is required to operate any Company vehicle for which they are suitably qualified to undertake. As the duties of this post constitute those of a professional driver, all operation of Company vehicles must be undertaken in a safe manner and fully compliant with all relative law and legislation.
Key tasks and responsibilities
Operating independently, or as part of team to perform and deliver service to all customers of the Company. This will include for example, tank and line testing, drainage, HPW jetting VR testing and tank dewatering. This is not an exhaustive list. Onsite training will be provided.
Respond and react to call outs for critical issues.
To satisfy the duties of a site supervisor/lead operative when the occasion is presented. This will include attending site briefings as a company representative and on occasion, act as team leader.
Carry out near miss & potential incident reporting. In-house training will be provided.
Liaison with customers on site to discuss on-going works and further services of the Company.
Maintain a clean vehicle and ensure all equipment, tools, PPE and other work items are in good order and repair and available for use at all times. The postholder is expected to inform supervision as soon as any damage is identified.
Completion of all works in a timely manner; this includes all paperwork and submission to divisional supervision.
Liaison with supervision regarding all works and recommending improvements of possible opportunities.
Any other duties for which the postholder is qualified for and capable of undertaking.
For further information please contact Ian Martin